arbitrær

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Danish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From French arbitraire, from Latin arbiter (witness, on-looker, listener, judge, overseer).

Adjective[edit]

arbitrær (neuter arbitrært, definete and plural arbitrære)

  1. arbitrary (chosen at random)

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